PhD student Parham Rohani is pursuing ideas that could bring a
hydrogen generating device to your car and prevent your lithium-ion
battery from wearing out. He has also launched a company, which he
hopes will bring these concepts from lab to market.
NGTs (nitrogen-doped graphene tubes), are used as an advanced
support to boost Pt cathode performance for proton exchange
membrane fuel cells, which holds great promise to meet the US DOE
2020 metric targets for fuel cell vehicle applications
Development of next-generation programmable electrical
stimulation devices to enable unprecedented treatment for chronic
wounds, bone regeneration and peri-prosthetic (implant) infections.
This new smart ES device technology will accelerate healing and
increase patient mobility, decreasing the need for clinician
Funded by the U.S. DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewalble Energy
Office, this project aims to develop advanced catalysts and
membrane electrodes assemblies to revive reversible AMFCs in
stationary energy storage.
The goal of this project is to develop facile miniemulsion-based
approaches for the preparation of well-defined CPNCs for various
applications, such as evasion of multidrug resistant cancer
cells and drug-gene co-delivery.
The goal of this project is to develop a portable, low-cost and
energy-efficient nanomembrane patterning scheme, using laser-chip
“stamp”, to achieve excellent antifouling properties
for wastewater recovery and reuse.
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